You don’t need a secret warrant to buy Samsung’s P365 smartphone.
But the company’s secret program has put it at risk of being tracked by the FBI and US Marshals Service, both of which have stepped up their efforts to track the tech giant’s devices.
The new program is designed to track down Samsung phones purchased with cash, by using a combination of the company and a third-party company to conduct surveillance, according to Recode.
That means Samsung’s phones will have a tracking number embedded on the device itself, which the company can use to track devices in its possession.
Samsung has made a lot of its P365 phones in China, which are used for export.
The government could theoretically use those phones for criminal purposes, or to steal other Samsung products.
Samsung has been making some changes to its software to make the software more secure, but the company hasn’t said what those changes are yet.
And the FBI isn’t saying what it is doing to get around the new program.
The government’s latest efforts are likely to be a major embarrassment to the tech company.
The company’s PR team has been scrambling to change the name of the program, which is now known as the “Secret Stings” program, in an attempt to protect its brand.
But Samsung is likely to want to remain anonymous in order to protect the identity of the people behind the program.
While the company says it has made changes to the software, it has also made other changes to how it handles the P365 program.
In a blog post on Tuesday, Samsung said the company was making improvements to its P85 phones, its flagship phones for the US, and it had removed the ability to download any other applications or services from the phone without its permission.
In addition, Samsung has said that it is “working closely with law enforcement to improve our privacy and security practices.”
In addition, the company said that, as of January 31, the “Secure Key” feature on the P85 devices was no longer available, meaning that the company had to give the FBI permission to unlock the device.
The FBI has said the “secure key” feature is a keylogger, which allows an attacker to get into the device to access data, but it has yet to make any public statements on the program’s use or effectiveness.